Chez Pierre Bahamas
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... The Spanish started seizing the Lucayans within a few years of his arrival and by 1520 they were all removed. I guess that is why the monument is dedicated to the Lucayans.
We had beautiful views from up at the top but it was hot getting there. We met up with Charlie and Kathy from s/v Charka at the top. We met them in Georgetown and went to their boat for dinner one night. We decided to meet up later in the afternoon for a drink at ...
... we are getting much better at launching this dinghy of ours. We went in search for a good snorkel spot laid the dingy anchor and hopped in. The snorkeling here was sort of underwhelming a few fish not much coral mostly just grassy rocks, we did see Mr. Barracuda he was HUGE the biggest one i've ever seen, at first I thought he was a shark but Bryan said no just a big barracuda really freaky so miss ...
... 3500 people live on this Island I'm really sure how accurate that number is or how often they do a census. It’s said that Christopher Columbus, making his third
landfall there in 1492, commented Long Island was the
most beautiful islands he has ever seen.
Years ago they would create their own Salt use it and sell it but the Salt farms are now all abandoned. As we drive the Island we pass several Salt Ponds each connected by a man made canal which ...
... roll on. We left the dock at 4AM a very early start to the day but we had 130 miles to cover today. Over a 9 plus hour day. The water is really deep in the open over 6000 ft but still a dark gorgeous blue color. We were approaching the north end of Crooked Island and noticed a flock of birds on the water in a tizzy we immediately thought fish, Craig hurried to get the fishing rod ready and we dropped a line. Interesting note when you fish here the ...
We really should not believe these weather forecasts - the wind was due to die at the weekend but chose to disappear today as we are half way in transit to Long Island. Having left early again, We ended up motoring 70 miles in very calm seas but very tedious. Good time to catch up on some sleep and for Eric to polish the steel! He was so engrossed he forgot to wake Sally to tell her a large container ship was near by and we needed to change tack! Arrived at 6pm and settled ...